Thick-leaved Stonecrop - Sedum dasyphyllum
A small, low growing, succulent plant with ascending stems readily rooting at the base which provide an anchorage. It has broad grey-green leaves and small whitish flowers. Like many of the Stonecrop family it can be mat forming in suitable conditions.
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A garden plant which has become naturalised and typically grows on the crumbling surfaces of old walls. It may also be found in quarries, cemeteries and on limestone rocks.
In flower during June and July.
Occasional as a naturalised plant, mainly recorded from the southern half of Britain.
Rarely recorded in Leicestershire and Rutland.
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